Now it's almost time for renewal and he wants a divorce he didn't even file our taxes joint this year I had to do an amendment , plus he have a next young lady pregnant . What should I do?
See an experienced immigration attorney. You will need to do a waiver based I-751 petition.
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You need to speak to an attorney. You will need to apply to remove the conditions of your permanent resident status but will need a waiver for the joint filing requirement.
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I agree with my colleagues. I would recommend that you also start gathering evidence regarding the good faith of your marriage going back to the date in which you received your green card until the time of the filing. This evidence can take many forms: joint financial documents, photographs, receipts for major purchases made together, etc. If you end up divorcing, an attorney can help you arrange this evidence and will assist you with preparing any affidavits, etc. to document that you married in good faith and the marriage simply did not work out. I wish you all the best.
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You should speak with an experienced immigration lawyer immediately in order to discuss applying for a waiver.
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Get a divorce.
Apply for a waiver of the Joint petition to remove the conditions on your card.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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